Chronixx - I Know Love Lyrics

Chronixx - I Know Love Lyrics

Verse 1

In the beginning
According to the old book say
There was nothing
Then the great spirit came down
And said it, let there be
And there was

That's how it all began, yeah
Yet still we ask
Where did the universe come from?
Everything in existence
From the sky to the depths of the ocean
Every shape, every colour, every pigment
Every sound and every vibration
This old earth, the solar system
Everything you hold so sacred
By the hands of lord we were ? 1:07 created

Reggae Artiste Chronixx

Chorus
And I know love
Lifted me
And I know Jah Jah, yeah
Set me free
Love break the chains, yes
Set the captives free
Love break the chains
Set the captives free

Wa da da da da da da da

Verse 2
So if there was nothing
Whose voice it was that said let there be light?
Who seperated the day from the night?
Created me, created you?
I believe it was love, oh yes
Still we want to know
Where did the universe come from?
Everything in existence
All yuh temples, yuh mosque and yuh churches
All the saints and the gods that we worship
The holiest of writings
The thunder and the lightning
Everything you hold so sacred
By the hands it flowed, it was created

Chorus
So I know love, yeah, yeah, yeah
Lifted me
And I know Jah Jah, yeah yeah
Set me free
Love breaks the chains
Love breaks the chains
Set the captives free, yes
Love breaks the chains
Set the captives free

Outro
Call it what you may
L-O-V-E can be found in you (can be found in you)
And its all over me
Jah is love no matter the name
It's one and the same

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